Fret no more: you don't need to text Narcissus "how big?" before he comes over to Netflix and chill.
A team of archaeologists, working alongside the Antiochia ad Cragum Archaeological Research Project (ARCAP), discovered a series of mosaics inside of a Roman latrine in southern Turkey that give even your most artful nudes a run for their money. The city, Antiochia ad Cragum, where the mosaics were found, was abandoned back in the 11th century, making these dick pics more than a thousand years old.
The second-century mosaics depict Narcissus and Ganymede proudly showing off their junk to all those who might pass through the ancient bathroom. Narcissus, of course, is enamored with his own erection — typical Narcissus — while Ganymede's pecker indulges in a luxurious sponge bath from a bird that art historians believe to represent Zeus. The dirty scenes were most likely meant to be jokes for Romans to laugh at while they did their business — and thus, the seed was planted for centuries of dirty drawing-laden public restrooms.
Michael Hoff, an archaeologist at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, tells Live Science that he and his colleagues were taken aback by the pee pee pictures. "We were stunned at what we were looking at," he stated.